Allah Lord of the Two East?

Islam the religion of contradiction is at it again, since Muslims are stuck in between a rock and a hard place, it’s on us Christians to show our friends the truth. As we know their Imams are lying to them in order to keep them in Islam.

How many times have we heard Muslims say Islam is based on logic? Let’s see if this is a fact or fiction according to the man who knows Qur’ān best Muhammad the mutah prophet. If you ever used a map regardless if it was a hardcopy map or an application on your phone. We know there are 4 main directions North, East, South and West also known as the Cardinal direction.

Within the 4 directions, there are combinations called ordinal directions or intercardinal directions for instance Northeast (NE). Now let’s see what the Qur’ān says.

55:17 sūrat l-raḥmān (The Most Gracious)

55:17 (He is) the Lord of the two easts (places of sunrise during early summer and early winter) and the Lord of the two wests (places of sunset during early summer and early winter).

Here’s the Arabic Syntax from Corpus Qur’ān for 55:17, let’s thank the Muslims for providing this valuable website which gets them busted every time. The word l-mashriqayni and underneath it the translation “(of) the two East” (الْمَشْرِقَيْنِ). Likewise for the word l-maghribayni and its translation “(of) the two Wests” (الْمَغْرِبَيْنِ).

Arabic Syntax and morphology

Even though the words in Arabic are above for your viewing, let’s take a closer look at how they try to fix this in English Translations.

55:17 English Translations

The majority of English Translations will translate the Arabic “two East and two West” (Pickthall, Yusuf Ali, Shakir, Arberry), but this is not the case when it comes to others.

Look at the deception from Sahih International they translate it as “two sunrises and two sunsets”, this is of course false as there’s only 1 sunrise and sunset. A challenge to any Abdoool to provide proof there’s more than 1 sunrise/sunset.

Shakir changed the plural word for two East and West and made it singular “the East … the West”, this is a clear contradiction to Sahih International’s translation above.

Muhammad Sarwar translation tried to fix the problem by saying “the East and West through all seasons”, notice how he changed it to singular instead of plural as the others translate it, he also adds the words “through all seasons.” These words do not appear in Arabic but because they are desperate to save their Qur’ān they use deceptive tactics and lie.

Mohsin Khan in his translation gives tafsir to explain away the contradiction, he tries to say there are two sunrises/sunsets one in the summer and the other in the winter. This goes against the Qur’ānic verses that say the Qur’ān is “explained in detail” (6,114; 7,52; 41,3 & 7,174), “a full explanation of the Book” (10,37), “the Book explaining all things” (16,89), “a detailed exposition of all things” (12,111), “the manifest Book (this Quran) that makes things clear” (44,2) “a Book are perfected its Verses moreover, explained in detail” (11,1) and in which “nothing has been neglected” (6,38).

If the Qur’ān perfectly explains things in detail why does Mohsin Khan have to add tafsir into the verse in order to explain? This alone proves the Qur’ān to be a false book.

Muhammad thought that because he saw the sunset in a different location he concluded that there are two East and two West. Really Muslims? Is this revelation from god? What kind of god doesn’t know there’s 1 East and West?

How about places that don’t have sunset like the Artic Circle, it’s common knowledge that there are communities that will have constant sunlight or plunged into darkness. Since these places don’t have sunset, shouldn’t Allah be aware of this if he created the world?[1]


It’s abundantly clear that Allah cannot be god neither can the Qur’ān be divine revelation from god as there’s no such thing as two East or West. And if Abdoools want to say that North is 1 and Northeast is another and Northwest another this would still prove the Qur’ān wrong as that would be more than two.

Nowhere in the Qur’ān does it mention intercardinal directions as this wouldn’t be purely North or West. Muslims need to face the fact that Muhammad was a false prophet who said many crazy things as he himself was a crazy man.


[1] During the summer, the sun does not set above the Arctic Circle. In fact, this phenomenon is what helps to define the Arctic Circle. Like the equator, the Arctic Circle is an imaginary line. It’s defined as the latitude above which the sun does not set on the day of the summer solstice (usually around June 21). (2014–2022). Where Does the Sun Never Set? Retrieved from

Where Does The Sun Set According to Qur’ān?

This topic is one that’s very elementary but needs to be addressed. It’s sad that in the times we live in we have people who don’t know where the sun sets, this is Islam as their god gets it wrong. In Surah Al-Kahf ayat 86 we read that Allah tells us about a man called Dhul-Qarnain, supposedly Alexander the Great.[1] Why do Muslims feel the need to change everyone’s name is strange in itself, they call Jesus “Isa”, John “Yahya”, Paul “Bulus” etc. None of these names, especially Isa, even resemble their actual names.

In verse 86 Dhul-Qarnain is travelling and reaches the setting place of the sun, the Qur’ān explains that the sun was found in a muddy spring or pool of water.

Surah Al-Kahf 18:86

How can this be the word of god? If Allah is the creator are we to believe that he doesn’t know that the sun doesn’t set in a puddle of water?[2] There are millions of Muslims out there who don’t even know their own religion as they are not allowed to ask questions. Then we have Muslims who are deliberately deceiving people into believing this garbage.

Muslims claim that this was Dhul-Qarnain’s perception that it “appeared to him”, not that the sun literally sets in a puddle of water. In neither the Qur’ān nor Hadith does it say that it “appeared” to Dhul-Qarnain.

Let’s continue to get them busted from their own sources, in the Hadith we read about a man sitting behind Muhammad as they were travelling. They saw the sun setting and Muhammad asked the man if he knew where the sun sets. The man replies “Allah and his apostle (Muhammad) know best”, Muhammad then proceeds to tell him the sun sets in a spring of warm water. Below is the hadith mentioned.

Sunan Abi Dawud 4002

How many times have Muslims spouted out nonsense about all the scientific miracles of the Qur’ān, yet their god thinks the sun sets in a puddle of muddy water? It’s quite obvious this is a false religion that has ensnared many people into believing a falsehood.


What did we learn today? We read from the Qur’ān that (1) there was a man called “Dhul-Qarnain” a non-historical figure supposedly Alexander the Great and he (2) came to the place where the sun sets which is a puddle of water and (3) Muhammad confirms this in the Sunnah (sayings of Muhammad). None of what Islam teaches holds true to reality we all know that the sun doesn’t set in water, we see it rise and set at the horizon and because their god gets it wrong we’ve busted Allah proving he cannot be god.


[1] Alexander the Great, also known as Alexander III or Alexander of Macedonia, (born 356 BCE, Pella, Macedonia [northwest of Thessaloníki, Greece]—died June 13, 323 BCE, Babylon [near Al-Ḥillah, Iraq]), king of Macedonia (336–323 BCE), who overthrew the Persian empire, carried Macedonian arms to India, and laid the foundations for the Hellenistic world of territorial kingdoms. Already in his lifetime the subject of fabulous stories, he later became the hero of a full-scale legend bearing only the sketchiest resemblance to his historical career. (2016, May 12) APA citation. Alexander the Great king of Macedonia. Retrieved from

[2] Every morning, depending on the moment of the earth’s rotation, we see the sun rise from its horizon in the east. The rising and setting of the sun varies all year round depending on a number of reasons. The timing of the sunrise is affected by the altitude, time zone, longitude, and latitude of the viewer. The axial tilt of the Earth highly affects sunrise as well as the movement of the planet on the annual elliptical orbit. (2022) APA citation. Where Does The Sun Rise And Set? Retrieved from

Atheism: The Greatest Deception of Humanity


Atheists, in their pride and overwhelming arrogance spend their lives judging God – though by their own claim, do not believe in God yet spend their lives hating and judging Him – and making the claims that God is not real because of the evil that exists in this world. But what atheists fail to realize is that they’re using a moral compass not found in their own atheistic worldview. You see, in their worldview, there are no moral absolutes. No true right, no true wrong. Because if we believe we came from premodorial soup and this all exists from a “Big Bang” with no intelligent design behind it, then what is essentially believed is that intelligence came from non-intelligenceMorality came from no morality. Conscience came from no conscience.

This is type of thought-process is completely reversed from natural logic and reasoning in the human mind. No, natural logic tells our conscience that something always comes from something. That things don’t just appear out of nowhere with no intent behind it. Yet, atheists put on a false facade of intellect and say the absolute opposite of this natural logic. Atheists revel in being “logical” yet logic tells us that something designed has a Designer. That morality came from a moral standard. Knowledge came from higher knowledge. Wisdom from ultimate wisdom. Intelligence came from supreme intelligence. Human babies come from human mothers. Kittens came from cats. Learning comes from a teacher. A bruise came from a punch. A plane in the air came from the ground. I can go on and on forever listing these things off because the truth that everything came from something saturates the material and natural world around us. Yet – according to atheists, this world and everything in it came from… nothing?!? It is utterly illogical to believe that human thought, emotion, critical thinking, morality, conscience, love, not to mention all the physical aspects of this world – that all of these things would come from absolutely literally nothing.

Yet, though I am following natural human logic found in all of the material and natural world around me, I am the unintelligent one for believing in God. An atheist recently on my blog even had the audacity and blind arrogance to go so far to tell me that I did not have a double bachelors degree from a large respected university even after specifying that I indeed do. I have spent five and a half years of my life along with a little less than a hundred grand only for an atheist to come over to my blog and tell me, after reading one blog post, that I do not have a degree and I’m making it up – merely because he doesn’t like what I wrote and doesn’t agree with it. Why am I mentioning this? Because this kind of attitude, this willingness for atheists to literally say anything (even the most illogical, unreasonable, and foolish things including petty, childish, unfounded personal insults and attacks) in order to uphold and support their worldview, goes to show how they should not be trusted in anything else they believe. But I digress.

With their worldview and fundamental belief system that everything in the natural world came from nothing, they still decide to borrow the Christian worldview to judge the God, albeit claiming simultaneously that He does not exist. How a person can both claim something doesn’t exist yet judge it at the same time is beyond me. But this is the false logic and utter folly of atheism.

For atheists to judge means the atheist is setting a standard at which to judge. A standard of right and wrong. But I ask, how do you know right from wrong and why are you using morality to judge if your existence came from no intelligence, no higher power to which we must be accountable? To do so is borrowing from the biblical perspective in order to prove your atheism, which does not work logically and is therefore refuted immediately. I mean, since you came from a blob with no conscience, who are you to even say evil is wrong? Who are you to judge anything? Who are you to make claims what is right or is wrong, when you literally came from a blob? Therefore, you can’t say murder is wrong. You can’t say rape is wrong. You can’t say kidnapping is wrong, because oh, you are just a blob from nothing and you have no right to tell anyone else what is right or wrong, because they might not adhere to your morality (which you inherited from God).

Absolute morality (morality that you ascribe to), proves the existence of God because it means that all of humanity is ascribing to a higher morality, which had to have come from somewhere and would never come from a blob of chemicals from a big bang. You may say there is no absolute morality which means there is no higher morality (God) to adhere to). But oh, there is. Please answer this: is it always wrong to kill babies merely for one’s own personal pleasure? Think critically and honestly.

The answer is yes. And since the answer is yes, then there is indeed a moral absolute. And if there’s a moral absolute, where does it come from? A moral absolute set across humanity must come from something – or Someone – higher than us. And if there is one higher than us, then we are accountable to Him.

And His name is Jesus Christ. And everyone, including all of those angry atheists, know it.

I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty. (Revelation 1:8)

It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. (Hebrews 10:31)

For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness. (1 Corinthians 3:19)